Blue Is for Nightmares Setting & Symbolism

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Idaho Gold potato

Drea hands Stacey an Idaho Gold potato so that she can use to clot the bleeding from her foot when she injures herself on the broken glass in their room.

Teen People

Stacey looks through Teen People magazine to take her mind off her nightmares containing lilies.

Earth Day

Stacey and Chad cleaned the campus on Earth Day.

Hillcrest pie eating contest

Stacey and Chad ate cherry pies during Hillcreast pie-eating contest.

Ace of Clubs, a Five of Clubs and an Ace of Spades

These cards signify that Chad is going to ask Drea to meet with him but then he is going to cancel it, Five of Clubs mean a package Drea is going to receive while Ace of Spades signify death.

the House that Jack built

The House that Jack built is an animated man in overalls building a house and then painting...

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